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Health of Human Populations, Domesticated Animals and Wildlife As A Component of The Integrated Coastal Zone Management Approach

 Marie J Ducrotoy, Jean-Paul Ducrotoy
  23rd-Aug-2017
Description: Brittany beaches hit by toxic algae 36 dead boars washed up on shores point to lethal hazard of poisonous gas and water pollution from algal slime. The pivotal role of strengthened health systems to achieve the Millenium Development Goals (MDG). Health systems research to include broader societal dimensions. One such extension includes a closer interaction between human and animal health.
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Domain: Medical
Category: Biology
Contributing Organization: UF/IFAS
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Health of human populations,
domesticated animals and wildlife as
a component of the Integrated
Coastal Zone Management approach

Marie J Ducrotoy

Jean-Paul Ducrotoy

INTRODUCTION

News and mass media

Brittany beaches hit by toxic algae
36 dead boars washed up on shores
point to lethal hazard of poisonous gas
and water pollution from algal slime
Gouessant estuary, Britanny, France , July 2011
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